Looking for a lap dog? Or a cuddle buddy? Then Jaylo is the perfect dog for you. Jaylo loves to be next to her people all the time. She loves to cuddle, and if you sit down, she will be in your lap or by your side. She is very sweet and loves to give kisses. She plays in doggie day care in the small dog group, and does great. She is currently living with 2 pit bulls, who she loves to wrestle with, ....but she does have the typical small dog bossiness and lets them know when she doesn't want them near her stuff. Even though she can get along with other dogs, she would prefer to be an only pet so she gets all the attention. She knows sit, lay, & shake. Jaylo should only go to a home where the children are 12 or older, since young kids get a bit too hyper for her.â
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